Tooth and Nail Records Movie

2013-09-25 by SadAndHolyGlow | 19 Comments
The seminal Christian record label based in Seattle, Tooth and Nail Records, which started
up bands like MxPx, The Classic Crime, and Anberlin, is to have a documentary released about the label's history. It will be entitled No New Kinda Story: The Real Story of Tooth and Nail Records, (named after a song of the same name by Tooth and Nail's own Starflyer 59) and will be directed by Jesse Bryan.

Watch the official trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkrVIzdKMIs

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witchxrapist
September 25th 2013
11113 Comments


I used to be so hard for T&N and Solid State back in the day.

OwMySnauze
September 25th 2013
1619 Comments


Should be neat

Digging: Ghost Iris - Blind World

henryChinaski
September 25th 2013
3573 Comments


Awesome

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bloc
September 25th 2013
39692 Comments


Assuming it's free, will watch.

Digging: Madonna - Ray of Light

JokineAugustus
September 25th 2013
8563 Comments


I'm hoping they show Zao

JustinKing
September 25th 2013
1399 Comments


Would also like to see something on Training for Utopia.

Toondude10
September 25th 2013
10677 Comments


Some of the newer T&N bands aren't really that impressive honestly, but man T&N and SS were the shit back then.

Digging: Persefone - Aathma

Friday13th
September 25th 2013
5662 Comments


Starflyer 59 is actually some dang good shoegaze

Speed512
September 25th 2013
186 Comments


As long as they have Underoath and As Cities Burn detailed within them.

sailSAway
September 26th 2013
1054 Comments


nop

witchxrapist
September 26th 2013
11113 Comments


Some of the newer T&N bands aren't really that impressive honestly, but man T&N and SS were the shit back then.


for real, in the last decade so many of my favorite bands at least started on that label... most importantly acb, underoath, norma jean, mewithoutyou, and the chariot.... so many more i can't remember, but dang, i used to be ultra christian and i love me some metalcore haha.

LocustGrove
September 26th 2013
539 Comments


Starflyer 59 was the first band on the label

wacknizzle
September 26th 2013
14476 Comments


This looks sweet, got Mewithoutyou playing in the trailer, looks like there was some Zao or TFU footage. Label kicked ass in the late 90's and early to mid 2000's

Digging: LLNN - Loss

Hopelust
September 27th 2013
2525 Comments


It'd be sweet if they had some Beloved goin on in there.

Toondude10
September 27th 2013
10677 Comments


They broke up a while ago

JustinKing
September 27th 2013
1399 Comments


A good chunk of the better bands on this label have, yo.

Hopelust
September 27th 2013
2525 Comments


I'm well aware that Beloved broke up a while ago. Doesn't mean they won't have footage of them playing a previous show, or interviews with members of the band.

Spec
September 27th 2013
33699 Comments


I don't think i've ever heard a Showbread song in my life..

JustinKing
September 28th 2013
1399 Comments


^Damn good album. Haven't listened to it in a while, though.



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